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GUARDaHEART Foundation Hosts 'Love Your Heart Day' Event in Celebration of Heart Disease Awareness Month
Date:2/20/2013

ually proves that a healthy lifestyle doesn't have to be boring –in fact, as the day proved, it can be a lot of fun!  Dozens of Irvine businesses came out to enjoy the sunshine, clear skies, heart-pumping music, tasty healthy meal options – and walked away with useful information on Heart Disease prevention. GUARDaHEART's mission is to teach individuals that Heart Disease is preventable and one's risk can often be reduced through simple lifestyle modifications, smart nutrition and regular exercise.  Even small amounts of physical activity, for 20-to-30 minutes per day, 3-to-5 times per week can significantly reduce your cardiac risk.

GUARDaHEART Foundation offers the following five simple ways to Love Your Heart:

  • Add 20-30 minutes of daily exercise into your schedule
  • Use prayer, meditation or yoga to reduce stress
  • Stop smoking
  • Eat more fruits and vegetables every day
  • Replace the starches in your diet with whole grains such quinoa, which contain valuable antioxidants as well as B vitamins, vitamin E, magnesium, iron and fiber

About GUARDaHEART Foundation
GUARDaHEART is a non-profit foundation dedicated to raising awareness of Heart Disease prevention by spreading the word to guard your heart and save your life. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. The good news is if individuals know their risk and take the necessary steps, most cardiovascular disease can be prevented and reversed if detected early. Although heart disease is typically diagnosed in adulthood, its roots are often found in childhood. Compelling research has shown that plaque buildup in the arterial walls begins very early in life and progresses throughout life. Intervention strategies and healthy lifestyle modification to reduce heart disease risk should begin early when reve
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